The Admissions process involves a phone conversation for you to tell us about your child, what you are looking for in a school, and for us to describe what we do and answer any questions.
A gentle next step would be arranging a time for you and your child to visit briefly during a recess or after school, to see if you like the feel of who we are and what we do.
If you decide you want to submit an application, let David know and we will send you the form.
Once the application and fee are received, we will schedule a full day visit for your child in the appropriate grade level so they get an experience of the other children, and the teachers, and the kinds of work and play we do here.
If your child is accepted, it will be up to you to take the final step of officially enrolling them (there are more forms and payment information we will send you.)
To get the ball rolling or simply to find out more, please click the Contact menu option, complete our "Contact Form" and we will contact you to schedule a phone conversation. You can call the school answering machine to leave a message if you prefer: 1 512 696 8525 You can download our beautiful school brochure from our home page, too!
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for each group is $12,600 (plus $600 supply fee*). *There is a $300 supply fee, per student, each semester. We have two semesters a year.
Our preferred method of payment is
12 payments: June - May
However, these other options are available:
1-time in full, due August 1
2 payments: due August 1 & January 1
10 payments: August - May
We Would Love to Have You Visit Soon!
School on the Rise values and supports diversity in its many dimensions, including but not limited to each person’s unique combination of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical ability, learning style, religious beliefs, political views, perspectives, and life experiences.
By embracing diversity, we expand our understanding of others. By reflecting on our inherent personal biases, we stimulate our own learning and growth. By doing both, we connect with one another and the world. We believe this is healthy and key to moving beyond simple tolerance, building a safe, positive, and nurturing environment that affirms each individual’s sense of belonging, dignity, and significance. [Thanks and Acknowledgment to High Meadow School for borrowing heavily from their Diversity Statement]